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    —Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 14. 1975
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Poultry Market Reports
WEEKLY NEW YORK
EGG MARKET
Tuesday, June 9 to Friday, June 13
Mon. Tues. Wed. Thun.
WHITE
Ez. Large 52 54 54
Large 49 50 50
Mediums 40 40 40
Pullets 31 31 31
Peewees 22 22 22
BROWN
Large 52 53 54
Mediums Unquoted
Pullets Unquoted
‘Peewees Unquoted
Off Grade
Large 44 45 45
Checks 31 31 31Vfc
Tone Steady to Firm.
Copyright 1975 Urner Barry Publications
NEW ENGLAND WEEKLY
SHELL EGG REPORT
Tuesday, June 10,1975
Prices paid per dozen Grade “A” brown eggs in cartons
delivered to retail stores:
EX LARGE LARGE MEDIUM SMALL
MASS+
Mostly
NEWHAMP
Mostly
R.I.
VERMONT
Mostly
MAINE
+lncludes Central and Western Sections Only.
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Omaha Cattle
Jane 12
Weekly 51 cattle compared
with last week’s close;
Choice and Prime 1125-1325
lb. steers closed 1.50-1.75
higher, instances 2.00 up.
Other steers unevenly steady
to 1.00 higher, a few standard
and low-Good Holsteins
weak to 50c lower late.
Heifers 50-1.00 higher, few
high-Choice and Prime 1.50-
2.00 higher. Cows 2.00-2.50
lower. Best demand for
Utility and Commercial.
Bulls weak.
Four day receipts 17,300 as
compared 18,800 previous
week and 20,500 a year ago.
Slaughter steers ap
proximately 48 percent,
heifers 32 percent, a large
share both classes good to
average-Choice. Cows 17
percent.
STEERS: Two loads high-
Choice and Prime 1275 lbs.
yield grade 4 55.50, modest
volume Choice and Prime
1141-1345 lbs. yield grade 3-4
54.00-55.00 during week.
Choice 1125-1325 lbs. yield
grade 2-4 closed 52.50-54.00,
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available at press time.
Choice 975-1125 lbs. mainly
yield grade 3 50.00-53.00.
Mixed Good and Choice 950-
1250 lbs. 48.50-51.25. Good
these weights 44.50-48.50.
Standard and low-Good
Holsteins yield grade 2-3
37.0042.50 late.
The average of LS-214,
detailed quotations for
Choice 900-1100 lb. steers this
week 51.10, Choice 1100-1300
lbs. 52.10.
HEIFERS: Two loads
high-Choice and Prime 906-
975, lbs. yield grade 3-4 53.00.
Modest volume Choice and
Prime 916-1111 lbs. yield
grade 3-4 51.00-52.00. Choice
850-1050 lbs. yield grade 2-4
closed 48.50-51.00. Mixed
Good and Choice 750-975 lbs.
46.50-48.50, occasionally
49.00. Good 40.00-46.00.
Standard and low-Good
35.00-39.00.
COWS: Utility and
Commercial 21.00-23.50,
latter price mainly for
Utility dairybreds. Canner
and Cutter 15.00-21.00, mixed
Cutter and low-Utility 21.25-
21.50. Shelly Canner 13.00-
14.50.
Philadelphia Eggs
Thursday, June 12
Prices steady. Cartoning
demand fair to good where
featured involvement of
fered. Extra large barely
adequate. large and
mediums adequate. Un
dertone steady.
Prices to Retailers: Sales
to volume buyers, consumer
grades white eggs in cartons,
Delivered: Store Door; A
Extra Large 54-56%, A Large
53-55%, A Medium 42-43%.
Fri.
56 56
52 52
43 43
34 34
25 25
55 56
47 47
32 32
Receipts
Last Week
Year Ago
Choice and Prime Slaughter
Steers and Heifers 50-1.00
higher Good and Mixed Good
and Choice Steers and
Heifers steady. Cows and
Bulls generally steady.
Supply near 40 percent
Slaughter Steers, Good and
Choice 900-1200 lbs. yield
grade 24 with near 23 per
cent Heifers; Cows 15 per
cent; Feeders 20 percent.
SLAUGHTER STEERS:
Two loads and part load
Choice including Prime 1150-
1225 lbs. yield grade 34 51.75-
52.50; Choice 1000-1300 lbs.
yield grade 24 49.50-51.50;
mostly Choice 900-1050 lbs.
47.0050.00. Few mixed Good
and Choice 750-950 lbs. 42.00-
45.00; mixed Good and
Choice 900-1300 lbs. 46.00-
49.50. Good 41.00-46.00.
Standard and Good Holsteins
1100-1500 lbs. 38.0042.00. Few
mostly Standard 900-1100 lbs.
35.00-38.00.
SLAUGHTER HEIFERS:
Two loads Choice including
prime 950-1000 lbs. yield
grade 34 50.25. Choice 850-
1050 lbs. yield grade 24 47.50-
49.50, mostly 48.00-49.50,
Mixed Good and Choice 800-
1050 lbs. 44.00-47.50, few
Good and Choice 650-850 lbs.
38.0042.00. Good 800-1100 lbs.
40.0044.00.
COWS: Utility and
Commercial closing 20.00-
24.00, few 25.00, consignment
high yield Utility 26.00 on
Monday. Cutter 15.00-20.00.
Canner 12.06-15.00.
BULLS: Yield grade 1-2
1100-1600 lbs. 23.00-27.00, few
yield grade 1 1600-1800 lbs.
28.00. Consignment Choice
Bullocks 1100 lijs. 35.00.
olick's
Distributor for
ROOFING & SPOUTING
BAKED ENAMEL TIN ROOFS
Colors: Turquoise, Tan, Red, White
ALSO BAKED ALUMINUM
Colors: Green, While, Tan, Red.
FULL SERVICE DEALER
SALES & INSTALLATION
SAMUEL B. CLICK
R.D.I, Kinzer, PA Ph. (717) 442-4921
Please call before 7 A.M.
or after 6 P.M.
St. Louis
Auction
June 12
Compared to last Tuesday,
Eastern PA
&Ni
Live Hen Report
Wednesday, June 11
Prices unchanged to
higher on light type hens.
Demand good for light of
fering of Light Type Hens.
Offerings of Heavy Type
Hens short of a fair but
unaggressive call.
- Prices paid at farm: Light
Type Hens 4-6, mostly 5%-S%
in PA, mostly 5-5% in NJ,
Heavy Type Hens
TFEWR.
Baltimore
USDA Report
8,300
8.700
6.700
June 9
Cattle 475. Limited sales
slaughter steers & heifers
firm to 51 higher, balance
held for AM auction.
STEERS: Choice yield
grade 24 1000-1185 lbs. 49.00-
52.00; Good & Choice 47.00-
49.00; Good 44.00-47.00;
Standard & low Good 850-
1370 lbs. 35.50-42.00.
HEIFERS; Good & Choice
yield grade 24 800-920 lbs.
41.00-42.00; Good 700-1050
lbs. 37.7540.00.
HOGS 750. Barrows & Gilts
50c to 75c instances $1
higher. US No. 1-3 200-240 lbs.
48.5048.75,75 head 49.00, No.
2-3 230-260 lbs. 48.0048.50,
No. 24 250-280 lbs. 47.00-
48.00.
SOWS: Steady. US No. 1-3
300-600 lbs. 37.50-38.50.
VEALERS; Few High
Choice 30.00-33.00. Good and
Choice 22.00-30.00.
FEEDERS: Including
near 1500 at Thursday
auction. Feeder Steers and
Heifers 1,00-3.00 higher with
the most advance on Steers
under 600 lbs. and Choice
Heifers over 500 lbs. Supply
Good to mostly Choice 400-
800 lb. Steers and 400-600 lb.
Heifers, with a moderate
showing Good and Choice
150-300 lb. Steer and Heifer
Calves.
STEERS: Choice 367-500
lbs. 33.25-36.50. Few Choice
500-600 lbs. 33.00-36.00.
Choice 600-850 lbs. 35.00-
39.25, small lot Choice Flesh
700 lbs. 40.25. Mixed Good
and Choice 400-600 lbs. 25.25-
30.00. Good to mostly Choice
674-725 lbs. 32.50-36.75.
Standard and Good Holsteins
585-834 lbs. 20.00-24.25.
NEST RUN EGGS
Prices arc from Egg Clearinghouse, Inc., (CCI) Durham,
N.H. and reflect trading prices for gradeable nest run eggs
(GNR) on ECI, a nationwide trading center for producers,
packers and marketers. GNR eggs are classified by weight in
30-dozcn cases, and traded In lots of either 300 or 7SO cases.
Prices are FOB buyers dock, and arc computed Tuesday and
Thursday of each week. This week’s prices for each
classification were:
Classification
Extra Large
Class 1 - Large
Class 3 - Medium
Class 4 - Small
Breaking Stock
Checks
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Delmaiva
Broiler-Fryer Market
Thursday, June 12
Ready to cook movement
continues fairly good though
occasionally less aggressive
than a week ago. Slaughter
schedules increased higher
for late week needs. Today’s
less than trucklot asking
prices generally 1 cent
higher on both plant and US
Grade A. Advance interest
fair to good. Live supplies
adequate for needs at
weights often lighter than
desired.
Undertone fully steady to
firm.
Negotiated trucklot prices
2-3 lb. ready to cook broiler
fryers for delivery this next
week, US Grade A none,
Plant Grade 4849.
New Holland Dairy
Wednesday, June 11
Reported receipts of 117
cows, 22 heifers and 2 hull*
Thursday, June 12 Market reported stronger
Market steady to firm, than last week.
Demand is mostly improved Load of Pa. cows fresh -
in some quarters. Supplies 575-1175 and springers 625-
on large are in good balance, 985; load of Franklin County
mediums ample. cows 535-695 and springers
Cartoned Eggs; Prices to 475-850.
retailers, State Graded Locally consigned cows
(Min. one case sale) White: 450-825 and springing heifers
Grade A Large 57-63, mostly 490-610; bulls 200320. Herd
57-59; Grade A Medium 47- dispersal of 50 head from
53, mostly 47-49. Delaware in all stages of
production 390-995.
Baltimore
Eggs
HIGH PRESSURE
WASHING
OF POULTRY HOUSES AND VEAL PENS
BARRY L. HERR
1744 Pioneer Road, Lancaster Pa
Phone 717 464-2044 1
CONTROL FLIES Will
A FOGMASTER AND
HOFFMANS
FLY SPRAY
• CORN SEED TREATMENT
• SHOVELS - HOES - RAKES
• GARDEN HOSE
• GOLDEN MALRIN FLY BAIT
• KNAPSAC SPRAYERS [ALL SIZES)
+ CATTLE & HOG MINERALS
+ CUSTOM CANVASS WORK
AARON S. GROFF & SON
FARM & DAIRY STORE
R.D.3, Ephrata, Pa. 17522 (Hinkletown] Phone 354-0744
Store Hours: 7 A.M. to 9 P M.
Closed Tuesdays & Saturdays at 5 30 P.M
New Weight
Per Case
51 lbs.
48 lbs.
42 lbs.
39 lbs.
48 lbs.
48 lbs.
Tuesday Thursday
0
41
33
28 '
38
32
43
36
29
38
32
Fogelsville
Sale of June 10 '
(Prices paid dock weights,
cents per pound, except
where noted.)
Heavy type hens 10-26
mostly 16-18; Pullets 39-44
mostly 38-44; Roasters 33%-
45 mostly 48-40; Ducks 48-63
mostly 63; Rabbits 40-56
mostly 50-52; Guineas 1.83-
1.85; Pigeons (per pr.) 1.00-
4.70.
Total coops sold 192.
Poultry received Monday 7
p.m. to 10:30 p.m., Tuesday 7
a.m. to 12 Noon. Sale at 11:30
a.m.
Directions - Take Rt. 222
thruway. Exit at Fogelsville
exit. North to stoplight in
Fogelsville, turn left,
proceed one mile.